Salon Magazine has a good piece on how a variety of Hollywood movie and television figures have spurred the release of incarcerated individuals from their prison cells. Read "“Curb Your Enthusiasm” saved a man from death row: 7 real criminal justice cases swayed by TV, film and pop culture," published March 11, 2015.
Among those listed in the article, the West Memphis Three — remember them? We wrote about their case awhile back, go here for details.
Well, this week, Terence Lenamon received a news release notifying him that the alleged "ringleader" of the West Memphis Three, Damien Echols, will be debut his art work in his first gallery opening at the Copro Gallery in Santa Monica on March 19, 2016. If you’re in California and interested in attending, check out the gallery’s Facebook page for details and directions.